need advice for a scarf with beige in it

hlfinn

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hey all!

so i just got these new ballet flats from chanel that are beige and black. i don't own anything beige (though i did just buy a pair of khakis to wear with them) and don't know what to wear them with. i wore them to work yesterday with jeans and a black top and they looked nice- just light and bright enought to offset the outfit. i got compliments at work about them as a matter of fact.

but i was thinking rather than buy beige clothing (beacuse truth be told i look bloody awful in beige) i would try and find a scarf that has at least a hint of beige in it to match. is that weird?

does anyone have any suggestions on new or old scarves with beige accents that might go? i love the new belles du mexique but not sure if it's too taupey for me or if there might be something better.

thanks!
 

Quinn's Mom

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SKelly

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IMHO, instead of trying to match the beige, how 'bout a lovely orange-based Hermes scarf? Beige looks great with orange and black.

Alternatively, a patent beige headband?

Hope this helps. I work with color everyday and beige is such a hard neutral to match exactly. It's easier to use IT as the accent and match other colors around it.

Cheers,
Shelley
 

hlfinn

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hmmm loving the idea of the beige patent headband. LOVING. i think it would go well with my haircolor.

none of those scarves are doing it for me. love the tapis but i just sold my tapis because i am not the biggest fan of the print. i wish i was because it has the excat beige accent i need. sigh.


keep em coming ladies!
 

gga

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IMHO, instead of trying to match the beige, how 'bout a lovely orange-based Hermes scarf? Beige looks great with orange and black.

Alternatively, a patent beige headband?

Hope this helps. I work with color everyday and beige is such a hard neutral to match exactly. It's easier to use IT as the accent and match other colors around it.

Cheers,
Shelley

Cool idea. How does orange work for you, H?
 
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Maybe match the black not the beige? The shoe was created to lengthen the leg by making the beige upper match the color of the stocking - ed foot. The beige disappears. just leaving a small black toe. Chanel paired them with everything, and so can you.
 
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